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List of henchmen of James Bond villains

The James Bond novels and films are notable for their memorable villains and henchmen. Each Bond villain has numerous henchmen to do their bidding.

There is typically one particularly privileged henchman who poses a formidable physical threat to Bond and must be defeated in order to reach the employer. These range from simply adept and tough fighters, such as Donald 'Red' Grant, to henchmen whose physical characteristics are seemingly superhuman, such as Jaws.

Contents

  • Eon Productions henchmen 1
    • Sean Connery era (1962–67, 1971) 1.1
      • Dr. No 1.1.1
      • From Russia with Love 1.1.2
      • Goldfinger 1.1.3
      • Thunderball 1.1.4
      • You Only Live Twice 1.1.5
      • Diamonds Are Forever 1.1.6
    • George Lazenby era (1969) 1.2
      • On Her Majesty's Secret Service 1.2.1
    • Roger Moore era (1973–85) 1.3
      • Live and Let Die 1.3.1
      • The Man with the Golden Gun 1.3.2
      • The Spy Who Loved Me 1.3.3
      • Moonraker 1.3.4
      • For Your Eyes Only 1.3.5
      • Octopussy 1.3.6
      • A View to a Kill 1.3.7
    • Timothy Dalton era (1987–89) 1.4
      • The Living Daylights 1.4.1
      • Licence to Kill 1.4.2
    • Pierce Brosnan era (1995–2002) 1.5
      • GoldenEye 1.5.1
      • Tomorrow Never Dies 1.5.2
      • The World Is Not Enough 1.5.3
      • Die Another Day 1.5.4
    • Daniel Craig era (2006-present) 1.6
      • Casino Royale 1.6.1
      • Quantum of Solace 1.6.2
      • Skyfall 1.6.3
      • Spectre 1.6.4
  • Non-Eon henchmen 2
    • Casino Royale (1954 TV special) 2.1
    • Casino Royale (1967) 2.2
    • Never Say Never Again 2.3
  • Novel henchmen 3
    • Ian Fleming 3.1
      • Casino Royale 3.1.1
      • Live and Let Die 3.1.2
      • Moonraker 3.1.3
      • Diamonds Are Forever 3.1.4
      • From Russia, with Love 3.1.5

Eon Productions henchmen

Sean Connery era (1962–67, 1971)

Dr. No

  • Miss Taro (Zena Marshall)—Arrested
  • Professor R. J. Dent (Anthony Dawson)—Shot by Bond
  • Annabel Chung (Photographer) (Marguerite LeWars)—Survives
  • Mr. Jones (Reginald Carter)—Poisons self with cyanide capsule
  • Three Blind Mice (Eric Coverly, Charles Edghill and Henry Lopez)—Die in car crash
  • Sister Lily (Yvonne Shima)—Unknown
  • Sister Rose (Michel Mok)—Unknown
  • Chen—Strangled by Bond

From Russia with Love

  • Donald "Red" Grant (Robert Shaw)—Garroted by Bond.
  • Tov Kronsteen (Vladek Sheybal)—Eliminated by Morzeny using a poison tipped boot.
  • Morzeny (Walter Gotell)—Incinerated by Bond (Gotell played General Gogol in later Bond films.)
  • Krilencu (Fred Haggerty)—Shot by Kerim Bey
  • Rhoda (Peter Brayham)—Unknown

Goldfinger

  • Bonita (Nadja Regin)—Unknown
  • Capungo (Alf Joint)—Electrocuted by Bond
  • Jill Masterson (Shirley Eaton)—Killed by Oddjob
  • Jack Strap (Hal Galili)—Gassed by Goldfinger
  • Kisch (Michael Mellinger)—Thrown over rail by Oddjob
  • Martin Solo (Martin Benson)—Shot by Oddjob and his corpse disposed of in a scrap metal compactor
  • Mei-Lei (Mai Ling)—Unknown
  • Midnight (Bill Nagy)—Gassed by Goldfinger
  • Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman)—Changes sides; survives
  • Oddjob (Harold Sakata)—Electrocuted by Bond
  • Pussy Galore's Flying Circus Pilots (Caron Gardiner, Lesley Hill, Aleta Morrison and two others)—Unknown
  • The Old Lady (Varley Thomas)—Unknown

Thunderball

  • Fiona Volpe (Luciana Paluzzi)—Shot by her own henchman
  • Vargas (Philip Locke)—Harpooned by Bond
  • Count Lippe (Guy Doleman)—Blown up by Fiona
  • Colonel Jacques Bouvar (Rose Alba and Bob Simmons)—Strangled with fireplace poker by Bond
  • Dr. Ladislav Kutze (George Pravda)—Unknown; changes sides by helping Domino to escape and renders the atomic bomb on board the Disco Volante useless
  • Angelo Palazzi (Paul Stassino)—Murdered by Largo for wanting more money
  • Quist (Bill Cummings)—Fed to sharks by Largo
  • Janni (Michael Brennan)—Unknown
  • Ricardo (Ian Bulloch)—Unknown
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 7-Unknown
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 9—Electrocuted by Blofeld on counts of embezzlement
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 10-Unknown
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 11-Unknown

You Only Live Twice

Diamonds Are Forever

  • Mr. Wint (Bruce Glover)—Blown up
  • Mr. Kidd (Putter Smith)—Set ablaze, drowns after jumping overboard in attempt to stop fire
  • Shady Tree (Leonard Barr)—killed by Wint and Kidd
  • Peter Franks (Joe Robinson)—Thrown over banister by Bond
  • Bert Saxby (Bruce Cabot)—Shot by CIA agents
  • Bambi (Lola Larson)—Nearly drowned by Bond, and surrendered to CIA operatives led by Felix Leiter
  • Thumper (Trina Parks)—Nearly drowned by Bond, and surrendered to CIA operatives led by Felix Leiter
  • Morton Slumber (David Bauer)—Survives
  • Prof. Dr. Metz (Joseph Furst)—Unknown
  • Mrs. Whistler (Margaret Lacey)—Drowned by Wint and Kidd
  • Dr. Tynan (Henry Rowland)—Murdered with a scorpion by Wint and Kidd
  • Marie (Denise Perrier)—Unknown
  • Blofeld Double #1—Boiled alive in a pit of super-heated mud by Bond
  • Blofeld Double #2—Shot in the head with a piton gun by Bond
  • Blofeld Double #3 (Max Latimer)—Drowned in mud bath by Bond
  • Rodney "Fingers" McGraw-Boss of the Spangled Mob (Marc Lawrence)—Unknown
  • Man in Fez (Frank Olegario)— Survives
  • Blofeld's Plastic Surgeons (David de Keyser, Gerald Paris, Charles Rayford and Anthony Snell)—Survive
  • Casino Croupier (Vincent Wong)—Survives
  • Slumber Inc. Attendants (Sid Haig and Michael Valente)—Survives

George Lazenby era (1969)

On Her Majesty's Secret Service

  • Irma Bunt (Ilse Steppat)—Survives
  • Gumbold (James Bree)—Survives
  • Grunther (Yuri Borienko)—Impaled on spike bed by Tracy
  • Braun (George Lane Cooper)—Shot by Bond
  • Felsen (Leslie Crawford)—Unknown
  • Josef (Joseph Vasa)—Unknown
  • Ruby Bartlett (Angela Scoular)—Unknown
  • Nancy (Catherina Von Schell)—Unknown
  • Helen (Julie Ege)—Unknown

Roger Moore era (1973–85)

Live and Let Die

  • Tee Hee (Julius W. Harris)—Thrown out train window by Bond
  • Whisper (Earl Jolly Brown)—Unknown, last seen trapped in an airtight container
  • Baron Samedi (Geoffrey Holder)—Thrown into a coffin full of venomous snakes by Bond; later revealed to have survived; earlier in the film it appears as if Bond shoots Samedi in the head but this turns out to be a lifelike effigy.
  • Solitaire (Jane Seymour)— Changes sides, survives
  • Rosie Carver (Gloria Hendry)—Shot by gun hidden in mouth of Kananga's scarecrows
  • Sales Girl (Kubi Chaza)—Survives
  • Adam (Tommy Lane)—Blown up in boat crash by Bond
  • Dambala (Michael Ebbin)—Shot by Bond
  • Singer (Brenda Arnau)—Survives

The Man with the Golden Gun

The Spy Who Loved Me

Moonraker

  • Apollo Jet Pilot (Jean-Pierre Castaldi)—Parachute removed by Bond, falls to his death
  • Apollo Jet Hostess (Leila Shenna)—Unknown, possibly dies when plane crashes
  • Jaws (Richard Kiel)—Changes sides; Survives
  • Museum Guide (Anne Lonnberg)—Deceased; Unknown
  • Chang (Toshiro Suga)—Thrown through clock face into piano by Bond
  • Blonde Beauty (Irka Bonchenco)— Unknown; possibly dies when Space station blows up
  • Lady Victoria Devon (Francoise Gayat)—Deceased; Unknown
  • Countess Labinsky (Catherine Serre)—Unknown; possibly dies when Space station blows up
  • La Signorina del Mateo (Chichinou Kaeppler)—Unknown; possibly dies when Space station blows up
  • Mademoiselle Deladier (Beatrice Libert)—Unknown; possibly dies when Space Station blows up
  • Drax's Girl (Niciase Jean Louis)—Unknown; possibly dies when Space Station blows up

For Your Eyes Only

  • Erich Kriegler (John Wyman)—Thrown through window and off a cliff by Bond
  • Emile Leopold Locque (Michael Gothard)—Shot in shoulder and kicked off cliff in car by Bond
  • Hector Gonzales (Stefan Kalipha)—Shot with crossbow by Melina
  • Apostis (Jack Klaff)—Knocked off cliff by Bond
  • Claus (Charles Dance)—Harpooned by Columbo's men

Octopussy

  • Magda (Kristina Wayborn)—Changes sides; Survives
  • Gobinda (Kabir Bedi)—Knocked off plane by Bond
  • Mischka (David Meyer)—Bludgeoned with cannon by Bond
  • Grischka (Anthony Meyer)—Stabbed by Bond
  • Lenkin (Peter Porteous)—Arrested by the KGB
  • Colonel Luis Toro (Ken Norris)—Killed in explosion

A View to a Kill

  • May Day (Grace Jones)—Changes sides; dies when bomb explodes
  • Scarpine (Patrick Bauchau)—Dies in failing to wrestle dynamite away from Dr. Mortner
  • Dr. Carl Mortner (Willoughby Gray)—Dies in an attempt to kill Bond with dynamite, which explodes
  • Jenny Flex (Alison Doody)—Killed in mine disaster
  • Pan Ho (Papillon Soo Soo)—Killed in mine disaster
  • Bob Conley (Manning Redwood)—Defenestrated by Zorin
  • W.G. Howe (Daniel Benzali)—Shot by Zorin

Timothy Dalton era (1987–89)

The Living Daylights

  • Kara Milovy (Maryam D'Abo)—Changes sides; Survives
  • Colonel Feyador (John Bowe)—Killed by grenade
  • Imposter 00 (Carl Rigg)—Killed in exploding Land Rover
  • Necros (Andreas Wisniewski)—Falls from rear of a cargo plane whilst having a mid-air fight on a dangling cargo net with Bond
  • Sergeant Stagg (Derek Hoxby)—Shot by Pushkin

Licence to Kill

  • Dario (Benicio del Toro)—Shot in shoulder by Pam, thrown into pulveriser by Bond
  • Milton Krest (Anthony Zerbe)—Killed when head explodes caused by explosive decompression in a hyperbaric chamber by Sanchez, after being framed by Bond for paying money to an assassin (Bond was the assassin himself).
  • Ed Killifer (Everett McGill)—Fed to sharks by Bond
  • Colonel Heller (Don Stroud)—Impaled on forklift by Braun on Sanchez' orders
  • William Truman-Lodge (Anthony Starke)—Shot by Sanchez
  • Prof. Joe Butcher (Wayne Newton)—Survives
  • Braun (Guy De Saint Cyr)—Falls off cliff in burning truck
  • Hector Lopez (Pedro Armendáriz Jr.)—Ends up with Lupe
  • Perez (Alejandro Bracho)—Falls off cliff in burning truck
  • Clive (Eddie Edenfield)—Harpooned by Bond
  • Bill (Carl Ciafalio)-Thrown into vat of live maggots

Pierce Brosnan era (1995–2002)

GoldenEye

Tomorrow Never Dies

The World Is Not Enough

Die Another Day

Daniel Craig era (2006-present)

Casino Royale

Quantum of Solace

  • Elvis (Anatole Taubman)—Incinerated
  • General Medrano (Joaquin Cosío)—Shot by Camille
  • Edmund Slate (Neil Jackson)—Stabbed in neck with scissors and then bled out though leg artery by Bond
  • Gregory Beam (David Harbour)—Fired from CIA
  • Craig Mitchell (Glenn Foster)—Shot by Bond
  • Carlos (Fernando Guillen Cuervo)—Shot by Bond
  • Greene's Driver (Carl von Malaisé)—Shot by Bond
  • Yusef Kabira (Simon Kassianides)—Arrested by MI6
  • Motorcycle Cop #1 (Mike Pérez)—Shot by Bond
  • Motorcycle Cop #2 (Juan Carlos Avendaño)—Shot by Bond
  • Gift Bag Man (Christian Heller)—Knocked unconscious by Bond

Skyfall

  • Patrice (Ola Rapace)—Falls from a skyscraper in Shanghai
  • Sévérine (Bérénice Marlohe)—Shot by Silva in a marksman competition
  • Boat Captain (Milorad Kapor)—Shot by Bond
  • Silva's mercenary (Adebayo Bolaji)—Shot by Bond
  • Silva's mercenary (Jens Hultén)—Drowned by Bond in a frozen lake
  • Silva's mercenary (Michael Pink)—Knocked Unconscious by Bond

Spectre

  • Mr. Hinx (Dave Bautista) - Dragged from a moving train by a rope around his neck
  • Marco Sciarra (Alessandro Cremona) - Thrown from a helicopter
  • Max Denbigh/C (Andrew Scott) - Falls to his death after a fight with M

Non-Eon henchmen

Casino Royale (1954 TV special)

  • Basil (Gene Roth)—Shot by Bond
  • Zoltan (Kurt Katch)—Survives
  • Drive-by Assassin (Unknown Actor)—Survives

Casino Royale (1967)

  • Agent Mimi (Deborah Kerr)—Switched sides; becomes a nun who gives Bond information; survives
  • Vesper Lynd (Ursula Andress)—Killed in ending atomic explosion
  • Miss Goodthighs (Jacqueline Bisset)—Unknown, most likely killed by Vesper
  • Frau Hoffner (Anna Quayle)—Shot by deceased WWI soldier
  • Polo (Ronnie Corbett)—Short-circuited by Mata Bond
  • Le Chiffre's Representative (Vladek Sheybal)—Blown up in telephone booth by Le Chiffre
  • Casino Clerk (Unknown Actor)—Shot by Bond and Vesper

Never Say Never Again

  • Fatima Blush (Barbara Carrera)—Blown up by pen bomb gun used by Bond
  • Lippe (Pat Roach)—Killed by Bond in fight where he falls on broken glass, then bleeds to death
  • Kovacs (Milow Kirek)

Novel henchmen

Ian Fleming

Casino Royale

  • Basil - killed
  • Kratt - killed
  • Adolph Gettler - unknown
  • Vesper Lynd — Commits suicide

Live and Let Die

  • The Whisper - arrested
  • Tee-Hee Johnson - killed when Bond pushes him down stairs
  • MoThing - unknown
  • Sam Miami - unknown
  • The Flannel - unknown
  • Blabbermouth Foley - unknown

Moonraker

  • Krebs — killed in submarine explosion
  • Dr. Walter — killed in submarine explosion

Diamonds Are Forever

  • Mr. Kidds and Mr. Wint - both shot by Bond, then arranged to make it appear as a murder-suicide
  • Shady Tree - unknown

From Russia, with Love

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